The trainer from the Wii Fit games will be a playable fighter in Super Smash Bros. 4, Nintendo has revealed.
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She comes armed with a variety of yoga-based moves, and her final smash attack has her firing multiple clones at enemies, all striking various Wii Fit exercise poses.
Her special moves are related to Wii Fit too, with a hula-hoop attack and a push-up taunt shown in the teaser trailer Nintendo has released.
Yesterday, during its Nintendo Direct presentation, Nintendo showed the first ever Super Smash Bros. 4 trailer, confirming that it would be released in 2014.
The game will be available on both 3DS and Wii U. While the character roster is the same in both games, the 3DS version will have stages based on handheld Nintendo games including Nintendgos and The Legend Of Zelda: Spirit Tracks.
Mega Man was also unveiled as a new addition to the Smash Bros. roster in a surprise at the end of the trailer.